TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A local veterans group is working on a house for their brothers and sisters in need.
The Loyal Veterans Battalion planted their sign for the house on Wednesday.
It is a big deal for the group as they start this project.
The house will be available for veterans to live in for up to one year.
The group says the transition back to civilian life isn't always smooth.
This house will connect them with resources to adjust.
"A lot of our veterans are semi-lost when they come out, and we want to give veterans an opportunity to get acclimated back into the civilian world," Mike Egy said.
Several organizations and business are helping with the renovations.
The Loyal Veterans Battalion says at this point, monetary donations are the best way to help.
To learn more, click here.
- Loyal Veterans Battalion Clothing Closet set to open Saturday
- Loyal Veterans Battalion working on house for veterans in need
- Loyal Veterans Battalion set to open a house to help other veterans in need
- Loyal Veterans Battalion continues to help others in need
- Loyal Veterans Battalion Clothing Closet opens its doors to help those in need
- The Loyal Veterans Battalion starts new 'Clothing Closet' to help homeless
- Loyal Veteran's Battalion collects more than 2,000 lbs in food drive
- Transitional veterans house accepting applications
- Group that helps homeless veterans hosts open house
- Work continues on veterans recovery house